The Growler That’s a Personal Keg

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Most growlers are like flasks for beer.

It usually involves a glass moonshiner’s jug with a teeny tiny handle and a twist-off cap. If you drop it, you no longer have a growler full of suds. You have a pile of broken glass and a dark wet spot on the asphalt. The second you open the top, you lose freshness with every pour. By the time you get to the bottom, the swill that’s left is like Coke Zero. Yes, it’s technically drinkable, but why do it to yourself?

Growlerwerks has slightly higher standards — and so should you. You don’t want a to drink from a jug like a Beverly Hillbilly.

You deserve your own private keg, complete with a tap and a regulator cap with an 8-gram, food-grade CO2 cartridge that provides just the right amount of carbonation per glass.

Curious to know what’s going on inside? A sight glass lets you see how much is left, and a pressure gauge lets you monitor pressure and gas.

Copper exterior. double-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel interior. Fixed metal handle you can actually hold.

Your current growler is a glorified version of the 40’s that you used to drink in high school. It’s a vase with a lid.

Craft beer consumed by serious beer drinkers deserves a delivery system that keeps beer cold and fresh all day — literally all day.

You’ve never seen a growler like this. Fuh realzies.

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Andrew Lisa

Andrew Lisa is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. Over the course of his life, he has received a mountain of gifts that were unusable, ugly, impractical and otherwise unforgivably disappointing. Many of the people who bought these gifts were decent and well-meaning human beings. They weren't bad people, they were just bad shoppers. All they needed was a little guidance and direction when picking out that perfect something for that special someone. He does not want your guy to suffer as he has suffered.